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  Blending Tutorial]]. This should be done **before** running the geoconvert tool.  Blending Tutorial]]. This should be done **before** running the geoconvert tool.
  
-====TMC File Frames Explained====+====TMC FileFrames Explained====
  
 In this example we will show the comparison of **exact frame**, **outer frame**, and **inner frame** in the **TMC** file. In this example we will show the comparison of **exact frame**, **outer frame**, and **inner frame** in the **TMC** file.
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 Our image ends after about half the tile and a mask for the right part has been created. We can avoid this mask by having ‘enough’ imagery outside of our frame. Then the tile would have been filled completely by the imagery. So if you plan to do adjacent areas, a massive overlap of imagery is recommended. Our image ends after about half the tile and a mask for the right part has been created. We can avoid this mask by having ‘enough’ imagery outside of our frame. Then the tile would have been filled completely by the imagery. So if you plan to do adjacent areas, a massive overlap of imagery is recommended.
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 +**Attention:**
 +Lower levels of aerofly tiles cover a large area. In our example a single level 9 tile covers about 52nm E-W x 39nm N-S (Whidbey area).
 +If you convert a tiny area, it may fill only a small fraction of this tile.
 +If you convert an adjacent tiny area, it may fill another fraction of this tile.
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 +**Solution:**
 +Do not convert low levels for very small areas or use a massive overlap of your aerial imagery. 
  
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